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Bill Werde Named Director of the Bandier Program at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School

Former Billboard editorial director Bill Werde has been named director of the Bandier Program for Music Business and the Entertainment Industries at Syracuse University. The program, established in 2006 and made possible through a gift from Sony/ATV Music Publishing chairman/CEO Martin Bandier ’62, is part of SU’s S.I. 432 more words


Shana Udvardy '90 BA (IR) has articled published on the importance of confirming new FEMA administrator

Shana Udvardy’s article, “5 Reasons Why Congress Should Immediately Greenlight the Nation’s Natural Disaster Responder-in-Chief,” was published in June of 2017. In the article, Udvardy draws from her expertise as a climate preparedness specialist with the Climate & Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. 68 more words


TRAC Immigration: TRAC's New Web Tool Maps Cases Pending in Immigration Court

TRAC Immigration: TRAC’s New Web Tool Maps Cases Pending in Immigration Court. “The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University has just released a brand new web mapping application that allows the public to examine for the very first time the number of individuals residing in each state, county, and local community within a county, who have pending cases before the Immigration Court. 47 more words

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Yoshina Hurgobin ’09 MPA/’11 MA (Hist)/’16 PhD (Hist) now assistant professor at Kennesaw State University

Yoshina Hurgobin is now an assistant professor of South Asian history in the Department of History and Philosophy at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. Before her position at Kennesaw State, Hurgobin was a postdoctoral fellow at the Indian Ocean World Centre, at McGill University. 75 more words


Christian Lee ’08 MPA begins tenure as Coast Guard Fellow on U.S. Senate Committee

U.S. Coast Guard Commander Christian Lee began his most recent assignment: as a Coast Guard Fellow on the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Homeland Security. 76 more words


The Digital Divide and My Digital Consumption Diary: Week 4 Blog Reflection

Our assignment prior to the Week 4 class was to record our habits on digital media and throughout a normal day. Like many, I chose to study my habits on Sunday. 495 more words

Illinois peeps, check out - Developmentally Disabled, and Going to College

Work-readiness programs for the intellectually challenged aim to prepare students for a dream job. Less than half will find one.. via NYT Education Life http://ift.tt/2u6EUrD